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Restricted Security Information, Army General School, Fort Riley, Kansas. T/O & E 30-600 \
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Restricted Security Information, Army General School, Fort Riley, Kansas. T/O & E 30-600 "M.I.S. Organization" a pictorial presentation.... (January 1952). RESTRICTED SECURITY INFORMATION

Ft. Riley KS: Army General School, 1952. Pamphlet. 32p., visuals include b&w photography, line drawings, cartoons and bold typography; softbound, a pamphlet in 9x6 inch stapled wraps. Cover is a bit toned, text-paper is alkaline and bright-white, unmarked and clean, a sound very good copy. From p.2: "This pamphlet explains, in words and pictures, the Military Intelligence Service Organization, which is authorized under T/O&E 30-600, 20 Oct 1948.. The MISO is capable of overcoming many of the operational intelligence problems which have harrassed Intelligence personnel for many years. Our operations in many different parts of the world present ever changing requirements.." &c &c.

$20.00

Physique Pictorial vol. 37,  November, 1983: Bob Kisler covers
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Physique Pictorial vol. 37, November, 1983: Bob Kisler covers

Los Angeles: Athletic Model Guild, 1983. Magazine. 32p. including covers, 5.5x8.5 inches, illustrated with explicit b&w photos mostly thumbnails for ordering prints, lightly-worn digest-size magazine in stapled pictorial wraps.

$20.00

David - I don\'t know about Him, but we\'re the best looking Jews in the World. Affectonately, Tony C. Las Vegas. Nov. 1967. Caesar\'s Palace\
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David - I don't know about Him, but we're the best looking Jews in the World. Affectonately, Tony C. Las Vegas. Nov. 1967. Caesar's Palace" [inscribed photograph]

By [Curtis, Tony]

Las Vegas, NV, 1967. 8x10 inch black and white photo depicting Curtis with the addressee of the inscription and a third man, unknown to your humble cataloger. Blank reverse has some minor spots of soil.

$45.00

Shortwinged Hawks; A Review of Ancient and Modern Hawking. Foreword by S. Kent Carnie
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Shortwinged Hawks; A Review of Ancient and Modern Hawking. Foreword by S. Kent Carnie

By Jameson, E. W., Jr.

Davis CA: Self-published by the author, 1993. Hardcover. 167p., illustrated with mounted photographs (photolithographed), a finepress item in 10.5x7 inch white linen boards with a wide brown cloth backstrip spine-titled gilt. A quite good copy; clean, sound, square and unmarked.

$110.00

Hard Ground
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Hard Ground

By O'Brien, Michael, photographs, Tom Waits, poems

Austin: University of Texas Press, 2011. Hardcover. unpaginated, 9.5x12 inches, introduction, poems, b&w photos of homeless men and women, very good second printing in cloth boards and unclipped dj.

$35.00

Shucho no kefu / Portraits of native America
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Shucho no kefu / Portraits of native America

By Aramasa, Taku

Tokyo: Kodansha, 1993. 163p., vary good hardcover in a lightly shelfworn dustjacket. Color portraits of Native American subjects, against a wide variety of backdrops, by the Japanese photographer. Text in Japanese.

$50.00

The Nicaragua Information Center presents Through the North American Eye: photographs made by North Americans living and traveling in the New Nicaragua [handbill]
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The Nicaragua Information Center presents Through the North American Eye: photographs made by North Americans living and traveling in the New Nicaragua [handbill]

Berkeley: Nicaragua Information Center, 1983. 8.5x11 inch handbill, creased from having been folded into quarters. Photo by Jim Eitel.

$12.00

IdN, 10th Anniversary Issue, My Favourite Thing
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IdN, 10th Anniversary Issue, My Favourite Thing

By Ng, Laurence, compiler

Hong Kong: Systems Design Limited, 2002. 261p., bizarrely-bound book of avant-garde youthcult imagery, fashionable clothing not least plus parodies of "fashion" featuring young internationals (emphasis: Japanese and Hong Kong artists who have digested EuroAmerican imagery), color exhibit and site photography on weighty paperstock mostly black-bordered, lotsa black black black including its plastic carrying case that doesn't close without effort.. case also has fitted into it two CDs. textblock is partially detached from its flexible plastic binding, one disc is secured with double-stick tape on verso (hope we didn't ruin it). A good (good-only) exemplar. We include three pieces of related emphemera, which do not fit into the already too-tight case. What sort of "fashion"? well, the "things" that got photographed, and the photos themselves, and the irritating typography..somewhere in here the initials i, d, n are explained.

$25.00

San Francisco News #4, August 1975; Mick jagger cover
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San Francisco News #4, August 1975; Mick jagger cover

San Francisco: The News, 1975. Magazine. [16p]10.5x12 inches, folio/magazine of b&w photos from San Francisco and the Bay Area, rusty staples, horizontal fold crease otherwise very good tabloid-style magazine in stapled white pictorial wraps. Magazine of photojournalism. Cover story on Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones show. Also Gay Pride in SF and N.A.P.A. - Network Against Psychiatric Assault at St. Mary's Hospital.

$45.00

Washburn-Crosby\'s Gold Medal Cook Book. Important notice, If you desire to send a Gold Medal Cook Book similar to this, to some friend, kindly refer to page 71 where you will find four extra coupons for this purpose. / Be sure and read the article on White Bread appearing on page 69
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Washburn-Crosby's Gold Medal Cook Book. Important notice, If you desire to send a Gold Medal Cook Book similar to this, to some friend, kindly refer to page 71 where you will find four extra coupons for this purpose. / Be sure and read the article on White Bread appearing on page 69

Minneapolis: Washburn-Crosby Co, 1910. Paperback. 72p., printed double-column on coated alkaline paperstock, illustrated with sepia & black touched-up photos of food, of the big flour mill, of bags and bags of in-sack product with the label embellished with spot color, and numerous shots of a comely young woman in fetching kitchen attire, in different poses (waiting for company, possessed of enough flour, holding an empty bag-- "but the grocer has more"). Large softback, 11x8 inches, in tobacco-brown wraps decorated in dark brown. grey and red, has a cloth backstrip; handsome production in craftsman style. Upper left corner punchholed for a cord hanger, cord still in place but somewhat ravelled. Expect wear and tear, the cloth frayed at top and tail, corner-tips creased and a tip missing from titlepage, short marginal tear to back cover, rust-spots where sunken staples lie sleeping. One of the advertised "coupons" neatly clipped out. A good (good-only) copy of a pretty book.

$20.00

Girlfriends: vol. 4,  #1, Jan/Feb 1997: Butchest Woman in Hollywood? Gina Gershon
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Girlfriends: vol. 4, #1, Jan/Feb 1997: Butchest Woman in Hollywood? Gina Gershon

By Findlay, Heather, editor, Gina Gershon, Ming-Na Wen, Uma Thurman, Pat Califia, et al.

San Francisco: HAF Enterprises, 1997. Magazine. 48p., 8.5x11 inches, illustrated with color photos, ads, articles, entertainment news etc., edges of several pages badly trimmed not affecting texts or images otherwise very good glossy lesbian magazine in stapled pictorial wraps.

$15.00

Chelsea Hotel, A Magazine for the Arts. Volume 10, 1997. Die letzten Tage der Beats - Or: The Beginning of a Never Ending Revolution. Fotos von Gerard Malanga, New York, und Larry Keenan, San Francisco
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Chelsea Hotel, A Magazine for the Arts. Volume 10, 1997. Die letzten Tage der Beats - Or: The Beginning of a Never Ending Revolution. Fotos von Gerard Malanga, New York, und Larry Keenan, San Francisco

By Malanga, Gerard and Larry Keenan, photography

Paperback. Text entirely in German (except for subtitle as above, the spine titling, and some of the poems): 144p., b&w photo-reproductions in a running text, find other articles here but the beat portraits dominate (see a discussion of the Pynchon/Tinasky theory, then considered a possibility). Giant paperback, 13x9.5 inches, absolutely clean, sound and unmarked. Very good copy.

$25.00

Body Alchemy: transsexual portraits [signed]
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Body Alchemy: transsexual portraits [signed]

By Cameron, Loren

San Francisco: Cleis Press, 1996. Paperback. 110p., 8.5x10 inches, monograph of b&w photos of transsexuals including genital modifications, signed by the photographer, very good first edition paperback original in lightly edgeworn Frenchfold pictorial wraps.

$65.00

Olla Podrida, February 1943. Published by the Olla Dodrida Staff of Berkeley High School
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Olla Podrida, February 1943. Published by the Olla Dodrida Staff of Berkeley High School

By Davis, Bill, editor

Berkeley: the staff, 1943. Hardcover. Unpaginated, printed on alkaline glazed paperstock, the usual yearbook format in 11x8 inch maroon oilcloth boards with minimal titling. A lengthy terminal section records senior wills: "Barbara Sinclair leaves...all of the boys gasping. Shirley Stout leaves her eyelashes to Elsie Borden." This year the senior play was Hart and Kaufman(sequence sic)'s "You Can't Take It with You". A nice production with tomato-red endsheets, no markings of any kind, an almost as-new copy. Find, laid in, two related ephemera, a folded program printed red and blue on buff stock, graduation exercises for this Feb 43 class, cover message: The Four Freedoms (of Speech, of Religion, from Want, from Fear -- and a Victory Parade program.

$20.00

Black Ace Book 7
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Black Ace Book 7

By Getzler, Marsha [aka Spokoyny], editor, production. Contributors include Di Prima, Hirschman, Janine Pommy-Vega, Arguelles, Frank Rios, Pat Wynne, Meltzer

Los Angeles: [Printed by Gemini Graphics for] The Temple of Man, Inc, 2002. Paperback. Unpaginated, a little over one hundred pages, line-drawn illustrations, poetry and prose, softbound in 8.5x5.5 inch gloss-white wraps titled and decorated black; one of a run of 500. An unblemished copy briefly inscribed and signed by Getzler (as "Marsha") on halftitle.

$15.00

Bear Magazine: Masculinity...without the trappings; Vol. 2, Issue 8
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Bear Magazine: Masculinity...without the trappings; Vol. 2, Issue 8

By Bulger, Richard H., editor and publisher

San Francisco: COA, 1989. Magazine. 58p., 8.5x10.75 inches, features, fiction, columns, illustrated with b&w explicit photos and drawings of naked "Bears" very good men's magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. Bears for the uninitiated are sexy, hunky, big hairy men.

$20.00

Bear Magazine: Masculinity...without the trappings; Issue 41
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Bear Magazine: Masculinity...without the trappings; Issue 41

By Hoffman, Bear-dog, publisher

San Francisco: Brush Creek Media, 1996. Magazine. 80p., 8.5x10.75 inches, features, fiction, columns, illustrated with b&w explicit photos and drawings of naked "Bears", very good men's magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. Bears for the uninitiated are sexy, hunky, big hairy men.

$20.00

Bear Magazine: Masculinity...without the trappings; Issue 53
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Bear Magazine: Masculinity...without the trappings; Issue 53

By Hoffman, Bear-dog, publisher

San Francisco: Brush Creek Media, 1998. Magazine. 80p., 8.5x10.75 inches, features, fiction, columns, illustrated with b&w explicit photos and drawings of naked "Bears", very good men's magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. Bears for the uninitiated are sexy, hunky, big hairy men.

$20.00

Bear Magazine: Masculinity...without the trappings; Issue 15
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Bear Magazine: Masculinity...without the trappings; Issue 15

By Bulger, Richard H., editor and publisher

San Francisco: COA, 1991. Magazine. 62p., 8.5x10.75 inches, features, fiction, columns, illustrated with b&w explicit photos and drawings of naked "Bears", lightly worn else very good men's magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. Bears for the uninitiated are sexy, hunky, big hairy men.

$20.00

Francesco Scavullo / Photographs 1948-1984... Vision Gallery [poster with portrait of winking Divine, signed by the photographer]
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Francesco Scavullo / Photographs 1948-1984... Vision Gallery [poster with portrait of winking Divine, signed by the photographer]

By Scavullo, Francesco; Divine

San Francisco: Vision Gallery, 1985. 15.5x29 inch poster, short closed tears at upper edge (could be covered if matted), couple unobtrusive spots. Signed by Scavullo and dated 1985. Poster for an exhibition by the renowned celebrity photographer, featurings one of Bolerium's favorite subjects.

$150.00

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